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(Stokes County) They’re Sad, Not Bad: Understanding How Trauma Affects Early Brain Development
September 17, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$5.00
Science is just beginning to understand how early childhood experiences affect health, development,
and behavior as the child grows. Is it nature or nurture? Research shows that it is a combination of genetics as well as early experiences that are essential for healthy development and problem solving skills. This workshop will explore the effects of trauma on the developing brain, especially in infancy and early childhood, what those effects can look like in terms of behavior, and how to help heal trauma through relationship and connection. This information is designed to help parents, foster parents, other caregivers and professionals understand the emotional, mental and behavioral impact of early abuse and neglect in children, who often come to the attention of the child welfare system.
Presenter: Melissa Kirkland, Behavior and Inclusion Support Specialist
2.0 DCDEE Contact Hours
Deadline to register: 9/19/19
Sessions offered in counties other than Forsyth County may have different registration requirements. Please read training summaries and follow registration guidelines for that specific training.
Registration information links are listed below each training session
Stokes Partnership for Children Training Policies
*Fee Schedule: Trainings/workshops are free for parents, families, grandparents, and foster parents; pre-registration required. There is a $5.00 fee for childcare providers needing DCDEE credits. Division of Child Development Early Education has approved all trainings. Training policies and procedures must be followed.
Policies available at www.stokespfc.com. Registration and pre-payment are required. Please make checks payable and send to:
Stokes Partnership for Children, Attn: Trainings PO Box 2319, King, NC 27021
We are unable to give refunds for “NO SHOWS” however, substitutions are allowed if requested in advance. Call KidSource Child Care Resource & Referral at 336-985-2676 for policies, registration forms, or other information.
For more information about Stokes Partnership for Children visit us at 151 Jefferson Church Road, Suite 104, King, NC, or visit our website at www.stokespfc.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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